Brewers strengthen leadership after beating Rockies 6-5 in 13

Brewers strengthen leadership after beating Rockies 6-5 in 13

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, USA —  Luis Urías drove in the winning run with a single in the 13th inning after Hunter Renfroe’s game-saving homer in the 10th, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Colorado Rockies 6-5 on Friday night.

Milwaukee extended its lead in the NL Central to 1 1/2 games over the St. Louis Cardinals, who lost 9-5 to Cincinnati. It was the longest innings game played by the Brewers since the autorunner rule was implemented in 2020.

The Brewers were one strike away from their fourth straight loss when Renfroe sent Robert Stephenson’s 2-2 slider over the left-field wall to even the score.

Brent Suter (2-3) got the win after two scoreless innings with two strikeouts in relief. Colorado closer Jake Bird (1-2) conceded the loss after giving up the game-winning hit to Urias. For the Rockies, Cuban José Iglesias 5-1, with a run scored. The Venezuelan Elías Díaz 3-2, with an RBI.

For the Brewers, Dominican Willy Adames 6-1, with two runs scored and one produced. The Mexican Luis Urías 6-1, with an RBI. The Venezuelan Omar Narvaez 2-1. Puerto Rican Victor Caratini 2-0.

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